WHO report sets path to improve universal vision care

The WHO World Report on Vision shows the growing scale of vision impairment and indicates the importance of addressing it, according to the keynote presentation at the Prevent Blindness Focus on Eye Health National Summit virtual meeting.
“This is the first-ever world report on vision that the WHO has published. That reflects the recognition by the WHO of the importance of vision and eye care as part of universal health care coverage,” keynote speaker Peter Holland, CEO of the International Agency for the Prevention of Blindness, said during the meeting. (Read more...)

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